Thursday, April 13, 2017

Afternoon Tea At Palazzo Parigi

Months are passing by, my first year of uni is reaching a very successful end, and tomorrow, finally I will get to reunite with my family for two weeks. I don't know how it's going for you, but spring is magical for me.

My last days in Milan I have spent walking around, exploring and at my new favorite hideout for tea, yes, you heard me, we are talking about Palazzo Parigi.

Now, don't get immediately scared when I mention a 5L star hotel, cuz this one is a bargain that even fits tight student budgets from time to time. By accident I found out about their afternoon tea, which offers three different price options (16, 22 and 30 Euros), a fine tea assortment, with even my fav sencha yamato green tea and laduree macaroons to round up your tea time.

Now, what has won me over completely is the fact that there is no coperto (for those of you who don't know what that is, in many Italian restaurants it is usually charged together with your meal as a sitting fee), it was amazing to experience finally quality and not having to worry about overpaying for a bad experience.

Now that is something to remember for your next travel to what has already become my second home.


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